It's a long journey for the Emperor Penguins to reach the breeding area. The female gives birth to one egg. Some of the couples rush so the egg may get cracked or get frozen. The female gives the egg to the male so they can go look for food. The male looks after the egg for 2 months. To stay warm the males huddle together and keep on doing that until the female gets back. The male doesn't eat for 129 days just for the baby. Once the females come back and the egg is frozen ,because of the harsh weather, they'll try and steal other chicks when they get a bit older. The Seabirds ,a predator, will try and kill the chick so they can eat them.